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April 20, 1979 • Page Image 43

… teams. In addition to gutting it out in the libarary, Wolverines of all shapes and sizes have been holding up the sports front as well this past week. Baseball After splitting a pair of doubleheaders last…

… weekend with Wisconsin and Minnesota, the Wolverines carried their 2-2 Big Ten record into Wednesday's home confrontation with Oakland, and emerged on the upbeat with a 6-2, 18-1 pasting of the hapless…

… Illinois and Purdue. Wolverine first sacker Tim Miller highlighted the first Blue vic- tory with a home run blast to rightfield, then followed up with four straight singles in the second game. Rick Leach…

… weather have saw to it that the Wolverines still have a ways to go before they can consider themselves shoeins to repeat as Big Ten titleists. "We haven't improved to the degree we need to be a contender…

… Osler are also undefeated in doubles action. The Wolverines next battle Northwestern today at 2:30 p.m. with once-beaten Wisconsin coming into town tomorrow for a 1 p.m. contest.softball The early part of…

… this week wasn't the greatest so far as Gloria Soluk's softball contingent was concerned, as the Wolverines split a pair with Jackson Community College on Monday and then were swept by Central Michigan…

… for the day at the plate, including three triples, while Amy Ames made her presence known by going five for eight in the twinbill. Central Michigan proved ungracious hosts, handing the Wolverines a 5…

Wolverines' team output in will transfer to the University of competitive meets. Washington this fall, Forrestel will have to pay a price for Although Forrestel was the first her transfer, however. Under…

… gymnast to officially depart the squad, Association of Intercollegiate Athletics several other Wolverine tumblers have for Women (AIAW) rules, she will have Mich ey may no compete for to compete without a…

April 20, 1979 • Page Image 42

… the ice. Todd; a native of Stouffville, Ontario, was recently elected captain of the 1979- 80 Wolverine hockey team. He takes over the reigns of leadership from Mark Miller, who is currently playing for…

… which sidelined him for 13 games, managed toigrab 31 points in just 23 games, placing fourth among Wolverine icers. Manning, who will be a junior next season, corralled 34 points this past season for the…

… the fleet-footed softballers in yesterday's doubleheader with Bowling Green. The Wolverines took both ends of the twinbill, 7-0 and 6-1. Hard hurling keys Blue twinbil sweep, By LEE KATTERMAN In spite…

… of clear skies, the Bowling Green softball team saw nothing but smoke during their doubleheader with Michigan yesterday. Wolverine pitching ace Theresa Gardocki hurled a one-hit shutout, her sixth win…

… batters collected seven hits off noticeably slower Falcon pitching to capture the opener. Falcon starting pitcher Lisa Shelly gave up three hits and seven walks in the first two innings and the Wolverines

…. The Wolverine hurler struck out the next Falcon, but gave up another walk to put runners on first and third with only one out. Zyjewski saved her bid for a shutout, however, by collecting her sixth and…

October 20, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 39) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily--Saturday, October 20, 1979-Page 9 A$ BASEOTTO NOTCHES HAT TRICK: Wolverine icers v. v' }:v.:v. : v. :.v.:.::::".: :. v. ti:.n.w., ": r. v-' }i :hi}:{":}.......:.' r.::v: ;.. r…

… freshman, Bruno Baseotto reaped the most dividends with a three goal hat trick and three assists, leading the Wolverines to a convincing 9-5 season- opening victory. The weakness was Falcon goaltender Wally…

… Charko's glove side as Baseotto, Doug Todd, and Dan Lerg all slid shots into the left hand corner of the net to get the Wolverines' season off to a positive start. All three of Baseotto's goals found…

… stanza. Despite the nine goals and seemingly easy victory, Wolverine coach Dan Farrell could still find fault with his team's performance. "I think the score was misleading," he said. "I thought they (the…

… and we just had to see if he could do it in games." He did, and so did the other five freshmen forwards and the Michigan offense. Nine gogals last night were more than the last year's Wolverines were…

… accustomed to getting in three games. The victory gave Michigan a ten- game winning streak against no losses over the Falcons, who for the second year in a row outshot the Wolverines by a 2-1 margin and still…

… came up short on the scoreboard. The Wolverines outscored the Falcons 2-1 in the second period, with Dan Lerg and Baseotto turning the light on for the Wolverines and freshman Tim Alexander doing it for…

… Bowling Green. That set the stage for a fairly ragged yet explosive third period. Todd scored first for the Wolverines, taking a slick pass from Baseotto and going in all alone on Charko for the night…

… well established teams like Wisconsin, Indiana,C State, Purdue and Iowa will be the teams to watch in the meet. Leading the Wolverines will be Melanie Weaver, who Simmons says will n likely finish in the…

February 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

… Johnson, and sometimes John Lockard, every Wolverine played like he was on downers, a stark turnabout from last Saturday's explosive performance against Illinois Henry Wilmore, 14 of 23 from the floor…

…, the Wolverines needed only a win over North- western to climb into the Big Ten driver's seat: And a win over Northwestern, a band of basketball nonentities harvested from the midwestern flatlands…

Wolverines. Hentz and Greg Wells, who combined for 50 points mostly from Inside, were threatening to take the play away from Michigan. But in the end, Northwestern's impotence and jittery floor game kept them…

… sailed into Wolverine hands. Michigan actually outbumbled the Wild- cats, garnering an atrocious 21 miscues. The Wolverines barely won the battle of the boards, as Wells continually outfought Michigan…

… with three. Orr shifted Wilmore to forward and stuck Dave Hart in the backcourt. The Wolverines' lackluster performance on the boards and from the floor resllted more from a general disorganization than…

… from the key at one point in the first half. Michigan's erratic rags to riches play continues to puzzle; -it seems the Wolverines still haven't found the right offensive combination. With Wilmore and…

February 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…Pnn" I PVon THE MICHIGAN DAILY ." ge svenI ucky By TERRI FOUCHEY Michigan's 1i0th varsity hockey game did not fit into the long win- ning Wolverine tradition establish- ed in all fields of…

… competition, in- stead it fit into the pattern this year's icers seem unable to break from. Again, for the majority of the game the Wolverines carried the play, but they were unable t over- come the luck of…

…, slashing) 18:50. Saves M-9-2- 4 - 15 ND-8--13- 9 - 30 Score by Periods M' 0 1 1- 2 ND 0 2 2 - 4 Attendance: 2100 Irish The first a c t u a 1 Wolverine ances came when theGnewly uffled line of Bernie Gagnon…

… EDITOR: SANDI GENIS Dame goalie, Chris Cathcart, was up to the eight Wolverine shots. The start of the second period included a little more hitting, but both teams appeared disorganized at time's. Once…

Wolverines decided to do some- thing to regain the fa s' attention. Notre Dame's Ric Schafer receiv- ed his second penalty of the night at 11:36. Approximately a minute later, Michigan's power play, which has…

May 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 113) • Page Image 16

… singles. The other two Wolverine dou- bles teams also progressed faultlessly. Holland and Nein- ken took two matches in straight sets to move on. Ow- ens and Freedman duplicated that feat in third doubles…

… prevent Michi- gan from continuing its domi- nation of tennis in the Big Ten. The Wolverines have won 18 of the last 22 crowns. , ONLY SECOND - PLACE Indiana could come close to matching Michigan's number…

… ERA of 0.96 ties him with Ohio State's Paul SemalI. But the Wolverine freshman sports a perfect 4-0 record, while Semall was beaten by the Wolverines to put his slate at 3-1. Two other Michigan pitchers…

….79 earned runs per game. Michigan is fourth in batting , at .282 and third in pitching with a 2.61 ERA. Michigan does lead the league in fielding, however, with a 966 average. The Wolverines have fewer errors…

October 20, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 38) • Page Image 11

…, failing to make the conference playoffs. .ON THE OTHER end of the rink,the Falcons are coming off the finest season in the team's 10-year history. Following a pair of losses to the Wolverines in last year…

…'s Wolverines. Game time tonight is 7:30 at Yost Arena. The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 20, 1978-Page 11 Pistons trade Ford By The Associated Press BOSTON-The Boston Celtics of the National Basketball…

… slow at first," commented forward Mary Callam, who scored the first two Wolverine goals. It was the sixth and seventh goals of the season for the Bloomfield Hills junior and the 27th of her career at…

… a low shot past goaltender Mary Jane Lang from 15 feet out. Dea Mazzetta set up Callam's second goal on an almost identical play and the Wolverines led 2-0 before Albion made the game close on a…

… pretty scoring play of their own. Jill Barry stopped a cor- ner pass from beside the Wolverine net with her hand, teeing it up perfectly for teammate Tommi Polizzi who un- corked a blazer that Wolverine

… netmin- der Laura Pieri had no chance on. MARY HIBBARD and Lisa Kaplan scored the insurance goals for the Wolverines, who head up to East Lan- sing tomorrow to compete in the Big Ten Tournament. Head coach…

March 20, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 138) • Page Image 7

…-8 James Clabon and 6-9 going to try to slow it down. no qualms about shooting from Stan Ray share the center We've only tried to slow it The Wolverines face Missouri i as far as 30 feet from the spot for…

… Orr who was at his loquacious with the Wolverines should be best at yesterday's press con- fleree ference. "They beat us 108-94. rt fierce. We did a helluva job. Our "I was surprised with Mis- defensive…

May 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 12) • Page Image 12

…- ball team took revenge on the Wolverine batsmen yesterday for a 10-0 drubbing earlier in the year by eclipsing the Michigan team, 6-3 in a rain abbreviated game. The defeat was the second straight non…

…-conference one in two days for the Wolverines. Tuesday they dropped an error- blighted 5-4 decision to Western Michigan. In the five and two thirds in- nings played before the rain- drops halted the action, the De…

…- troit team managed to score six runs on seven hits against pitcher Tom Fleszar to hand the Wolverines the loss. Fleszar went the whole way for the Michi- gan team. Detroit got to Fleszar in the second…

… Niedo- wicz' double. For the Wolverines, third base- man Mark Carrow had a good day driving in two of the three Michigan wins with two singles, against the pitching of Dave Frezza, who bolstered his…

… record to 6-2. While the Wolverine team out- hit Detroit ten to seven, they failed to connect for any extra- base hits and left nine men stranded on base. Cowboys trade Rentzel, gain A lworth and Truax…

…- ines record to 21-12. with four games left to play. In Tuesday's action, f o u r Michigan errors in the first four innings of play with Western Michigan cost the Wolverines three unearned runs and a win…

January 20, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

… - if the players still, recognize it. After five straight weeks and six straight conference losses on the road, the Wolverines finally return horme to host the North Dakota Fight- ing Sioux in a two game…

… KNOX THE AGE OLD RITUAL of congratulating a teammate after a goal has not been a regular occurence for the Wolverines of late. The icers hope to end the scoring drought and their six-game conference…

May 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 113) • Page Image 15

… break out of its fourth-place rut in conference competition when the Big Ten championships take place this weekend at Michigan State. THE WOLVERINES, who have placed fourth in each of the last three Big…

… of the All-Americans in the Spartan Invitational. Michigan coach Bill Newcomb is relying on his experienced cen - Davis, Walchuck, John Morgan, and Tim Von Tongeren- so lead the Wolverine attack. Davis…

… and Morgan both played ex- ol-lent on the Spartan course two weeks ago. The Wolverines expect their chief competition for second to come from Indiana, who placed runner-up in the Northern Inter…

March 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 134) • Page Image 11

… State versity (BGSU) hockey game at Yost at Detroit's Olympia Stadium will be the s the NCAA hockey championships. BESIDES THE honor of participating NCAA tourney, the Wolverines and the F. of Bowling…

…'re in trouble." IF PAST performance is any indication, Bowl- ing Green will need all tse help they can get. In four previous meetings, the Falcons have yet to defeat the Wolverines. The teams last tangled…

June 20, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 32) • Page Image 12

… can gain a possible total of 21 shontd the Wolverines capture both the singles and doubles ti'les. This afternoon, UCLA un- officially clinched the team ch-mnionship by boosting their noint total to 24…

… elated Eisner. That was the year that Barry McKay and Dick Potter led the Wolverines to their only cham- nionship. This year's title is now lost but Michigan could score a real coup against the Bruins if…

… Michigan's Amaya and DeJesus. In that Wolverine defeat, it was all tied up at a set apiece with the Longhorns leading 6-5 in the final set. Deuced at 30-30 with the Wolverines trying to hold serve, Amay…

February 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 118) • Page Image 11

… 13 points. during the sec- ond half, but whittled away at Henry Ford and took a lead it never relinquished with 1:40 to play. Bul Van De Wege hit a base- line jumper that propelled the Wolverines to a…

… since midway in the first half when the score was tied at 31. "This was just a great win for us," said Wolverine Coach Dan Fife. "It was a total team ef- fort, we kept coming back and playi-g hard." iged…

…'re winning and that's what you're supposed to do") there's no doubt that inconsistency has plagued the Wolverines all season. Just when it seems that they are reaching their peak, they drop back to mediocrity…

… on winning those by himself, maybe the Wolverines wouldn't have lost all of them. In contrast, when Rickey takes good shots, Michigan wins. He's hit 50% from the field in Michigan's victories. Green…

…. I end of two periods. Then, six- and-a-half minutes into the third period, Dan Lerg stole an er- rant Gopher pass and put it into the net. This put the Wolverines on top to stay 6-5. This play…

… times during the period. Palmer rose to the occasion with several amazing saves to shut off the threats. THE Minnesota defense stifled the Wolverines offense, allowing only seven shots on goals in the…

…! period. A Dan Lerg shot slipped by Gopher goalie Paul Joswiak, however, as the period ended in, a 1-1 tie. past, scored four goals apiece. The Wolverines started the scoring at the 18-seceond mark. Bill…

… then cap-I italized on the power olay and gave the Wolverines a 3-4 lead, which soon vanished again. Min- nesota's T. J. Gorence tied it with yet another power play goal at 18:39. Notable for Michigan…

… Mich- The Wolverines surged to a (MSU's divers) looked good, and' igan women's swim team won quick 14-7 lead as they won rhe I could have done better. But its second straight Big Ten medley relay…

… followed by a Gor- really, everybody is so close Championships here last night. don Downie win in the 1000- that it depends on who has a The Wolverines compiled 92 yard freestyle. But the hosts better day…

January 20, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

… through an excru- ciating sophomore year during whichhedandHenry Wilmore never got it together as an effective working combination. The Wolverines started strong, but rapidly floundered, sput- tered and…

… Mich- igan Coach John Orr. "He wasn't jumping well or getting good . arc on the ball. But he did some fantastic things in the second half, didn't he?" gushed Orr. That he did. The Wolverines looked for…

… 21 3 12 1 6 S 4 1 4 21 82 45-84 45-82 36-61 10-16 38 Doily Photo by STUART HOLLANDER JUMPING SPARTAN Edgar Wilson (33) plays the tough defense against Wolverine Chuck Rogers (53) in the first half of…

… opening period provided the im- petus to turn the scoring around and spell doom for the Michigan' hockey team as the Wisconsin Badgers came from a two-goal t deficit to beat the Wolverines 6-3 F here last…

… program' celebrated its 50th anniversary yes- terday as the Wolverine matmen blanked a young Indiana squad 39-0 at. Crisler Arena.' Dave Curby registered the only oin of the day, flattening Hoosier' Bob…

… Pell with 35 seconds remaining in their meet-ending 190-pound con- test. Curby was leading Pell 16-0 when he finally put him away. Jim Brown got the Wolverines off on the right track at 118 pounds by…

… sidelined by a shoulder separation suffered in the Hoosiers' 22-19 victory over Western Michigan Friday night. The shutout was the second of the year for Michigan and left the Wolverines with a 3-0 conference…

…. These two injuries seemed to urn the game around as the, Badgers came back with four goals n the second period and one in the hird while replacement Badger' goalie Mike Dibble shut out the Wolverines for…

February 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 118) • Page Image 10

… fieldhouse, three meet, and one varsity record had been estab- lished, along with a tied field- house and meet record. The Wolverines outdistanced second place Eastern Michigan, netting 148 points to the…

… Hurons' 114. Penn State was third with 66. Overall, 16 teams competed in the two-day meet. Although it wasnt one of the Wolverines' five Saturday victories, Steve Elliott's one mile performance was one of…

January 20, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 91) • Page Image 9

… then used it to blow Wisconsin out in the second half, notching an 83-64 Big Ten victory. The Wolverines retired to the lockerroom after the first twenty minutes of play knotted with the Badgers, 32…

… quiet Crisler Arena crowd to its feet in the final minutes of the game with its inten- se play. Once again the shooting of Mike McGee led the Wolverines. With the score even at 48 at 12:49 in the second…

Wolverin Baxter and Hardy from the perimete went inside and out,. more and even Mik fast break pass, dis fancy moves and la bucket. For the first ti radio station WC cast an away bE Thanks to a spe the…

… JUNIOR WOLVERINE forward Alan Hardy seems to be casting a voodoo spell on Wisconsin's Joe Chrnelich during action in last night's game which saw Michigan win, 83-64. The Hardy hex did the job, as the…

… reserve asketball team outran Eastern ichigan, 79-76, prior to the varsity ontest last night. Although outsized at every match- p, the quicker Wolverines pressed early in the game and confused the Hurons…

… first places for the Wolverines. In addition to Flom in vaulting, Ginger Robey on uneven bars, Colleen Forres- tel in floor exercise, and Axon on the balance beam led the gymnasts' charge. Axon's 8…

May 20, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 14) • Page Image 16

… is today and tomorrow that the Wolverines and Spartans will bat- tle for a spot in the national collegiate playoffs. Michigan, 12-2 in the Big Ten and 25-14 overall, has already clinched a share of the…

… defense, and that's crucial in a short series." Litwhiler also felt that the Wolverines had the better pitching staff overall. Michigan will lead with sophomore southpaw Steve Howe today away, while the…

…. Wolverine coach Moby Benedict will go with lefty Craig McGinnis here tomorrow, while Litwhiler might choose either Mark Ponorski (5-3 and 2.94) or Chuck Baker (5-3 and 3.57). . Michigan is led at the plate by…

January 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… organized basket- ball in high school, Cender at Ann Arbor St. Thomas under Michigan's current head coachr Carmel Borders, and Young at Cass, where along with current Wolverine teammates Lydia Sims and Linda…

… rim, but team works together. put- second about making my move the ball keeps slipping out of If the Wolverines do advance on offense." my hands. 1 guess I have to that far, the fear felt by the dif…

…, and others," Loken said. Injuries continue to rack the Wolverines this year. The Blue's all-around men, Nigel Rothwell IiY and Bruce Schuchard, both suf-I fer nagging injuries, but Loken{ expects them…

…, parallel bars) with a swollenI thumb, and Rich Nisivaco (all- around, vaulting) pulled his calf: mus:le thhis week, to mention a, few Blue injuries.{ the Wolverines met Western Ontario in Ann Arbor and…

November 20, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

… itself superior leading the Big Ten against the run and in total defense. People skeptical of the Wolverines' chances in this classic will cite the scores the Buckeyes have rolled up over opponents all…

… year while Michigan has struggled and tied twice. But the Wolverines have overcome the two factors most responsible for Michigan's ties with Stanford and Baylor- injuries and inexperience. A healthy…

… outweighs the Wolverine front five by about 15 pounds per man. The result is that Ohio State's defense relies more heav- ily on physical superiority than does the smaller, quicker Mich- igan line. Perhaps the…

May 20, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

… left field. The crowd, which filled Ray L. Fisher Stadium to near-capacity on a sunny Saturday afternoon, watched in stunned silence. Moby Benedict's Wolverines, who had taken the first game 4-2 from the…

… haven't come down yet," said Michigan coach Moby Bene- dict. His Wolverines, who won 24 out of their last 28 games and finished 13-3 in the conference, are now busily preparing themselves for the NCAA…

February 20, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 118) • Page Image 7

Wolverines ICE WAR ENDS . . . ...not out yet By JOHN KAHLER "IF WE WIN our last four games, we'll have at least a share of the comference title. Somebody is going to beat Indiana." Johnny Orr was not…

… totally whistling in the dark when he made that statement. Michigan must sweep its remaining sched- uled games and get some help from another conference team in order for the Wolverines to win the Big Ten…

… Indiana. Unfortunately, that proved to be an impossible demand. The combination of the Indiana home court advantage, some listless performances by a few Wolverine regulars, Hoosier notshot Steve Green, and…

… left. Monday, the Wolverines travel to Madison to play the crumbling, but still dangerous, Wis- consin Badgers. Next Saturday, the pesky Gophers come to town, and the week after that, the Wolverines

January 20, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

… occasions Michigan ping charge against Wolverine O------ig Bill Cusumono 1' City ._Zip y0 Sti -- i i ___ PRESENTS I WELCOME STUDENTS! Let us style your hair to your personality .. . Michigras…

…-3 loss but couldn't capitalize on it. Cap- tain Dave Perrin was unable to convert on several breakaways and Merle Falk had a straight shot but missed. One problem t h e Wolverines had both nights was…

… sophomore goalie in the 6-2 Wolverine victory at the Coliseum last Friday night. In for the rebound is Tech's Lyle Moffat (21), while Michigan defenseman Brian Skinner (2) attempts to check an unidentified…

… did not blame Bagnell for any of Saturday's voes. "He ice and the Wolverines journey up played a good game, but Tech had there this weekend for a series. better chances than the night be- In addition…

… the Wolverines are fore." not in the best of health. A flu Nevertheless, Michigan, with a epidemic has struck the team and 7-5 conference record (10-7 over- Brian Skinner, Jarry, Don Deeks, all) will…

March 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 134) • Page Image 12

… THOMPSON floats a lay-up over 49er Phil Scott in yes- terday's heartbreaking loss to UNCC. Wolverine Phil Hubbard eyes the action in anticipation of a possible rebound. Staton Robinson Hubbard Green Grote…

… in the country. But as they reached back to pull out yesterday's regional final game against UNC-Charlotte, they found nothing-it just wasn't there. Like the whole game, nothing fell for the Wolverines

… said. "That's what makes you win - that's what we've been doing all year. "Those loose balls could have gone either way," he con- tinted, "but they didn't." The scrapping Wolverines did everything right…

… game, Michigan found itself down by eight. In those three and a half minutes, the Wolverines brought the ball down court 14 different times. They took good shots, and had five chances at the free throw…

… for all the times they had done it before, it was just not going to happen this time. THE WOLVERINE'S first eight minutes out of the-locker room after half-time made it look as though they were on their…

… players are E waiving about. As for the Wolverines, well, just like the photo,I they were blocked out' of the NCAA picture by the Mean Green. The Wolverines, on' the other hand, waved1 goodby to the nation…

February 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

…' Gymnasts show Hoosiers how Nine meet records toppled as Spartans demolish Wolverines By DEBBIE WISSNER The Michigan gymnasts, sparked by the dazzling individual per- formance of Ted Marti, defeated Indiana…

… finished sec- ond to Marti with a'52.70 individ- ual total, and Indiana's Dave Car- ter took third in the final stand- ings. The Wolverines jumped out to a 27.25-26.10 lead after the first event, and were…

January 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 93) • Page Image 7

… had a couple of other good games, too, grabbing 18 re- bounds and scoring 32 points against Harvard and Wyoming in the Michigan Invitational. He also helped the Wolverines upset then tenth…

Wolverines needed so sorely to make them into a contender for the Big Ten title. And then there were those bad games, the games where Brady just couldn't seem to do anything right. He couldn't score or rebound…

… methods an diving styles of the leading coach- es in order to mold his team into contenders. "A coach must recognize whatl good diving is," says the Wolverine1 diving coach Dick Kimball. "He must have a…

April 20, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 161) • Page Image 10

… The GOLAI, 1300 Arborview, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103 Special To The Daily COLUMBUS-High winds and cold temperatures failed to slow down the Michigan track team' yesterday, as the Wolverines dominated the…

…, White's Records. J.L. and timed in 47.9 seconds. Wolverines Jim Howell, Doug Hennigar, Jeff McLeod and Andy Johnson then combined for a victory in the sprint med- ley relay over Eastern Mich- igan in a…

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February 20, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 118) • Page Image 9

… never trailed in the game, grabbing a slim early lead. The Wolverines then scored six straight points and knotted the score at 17 all on a Kent Storey layup. However, EMU surged right back to score 11 of…

… the cold-shooting Wolverines. Michigan shot 37.7 per cent from the floor, and could not find a+ player with a hot hand to break the zone. Foul trouble'also plagued the Baby Blue throughout the game…

…. eaver, Berra was the only Wolverine d the to gain double figures, scoring hit on 14, but center Dave Ziegler was empts, the game's top rebounder, snar- or the ing eight. scored The varsity…

May 20, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 12) • Page Image 11

… followed that with a standout performance by pitcher John Martin who shut- out the Wolverines 5-0, to com- plete the doubleheader sweep. The MAC champion Hurons will be one of four teams in the NCAA mideast…

… eggs in the first inning, but once Michigan opened the scoring in the bottom of the second, the hitters took over. First baseman Bob Wasilew- ski staked the Wolverines to a short 1-0 lead, poking a two…

January 20, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 91) • Page Image 7

… straight out of the late 60's. And it isn't just talk. NIGHT EDITORS: All week the Wolverines work- -T ed tirelessly on fast break drills. MARC and ROGER At one point assistant coach Jim Dutcher warned his…

… conference. Few persons,a except Orr, feel the Boilers are for real. If they win today, though,3 just watch everyone say, "I told you So." Perhaps only slightly more folkst expected the Wolverines to burst so…

… in Indiana THE MICHIGAN wrestling squad will meet the Hoosiers in Bloomington today and another Wolverine victory is expected according to the outcome of some recent matches. Last week Michigan pulled…

… a 22-12 decision over North- western, a very significant win for the grapplers. Jerry Hubbard led the Wolverines in the trimming of the Wildcats, followed closely by teammate Gary Ernst. The Hoosiers…

March 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

… halftime deficit and taking a 49-48 lead, the first-ranked Wolverines seemed to have enough -momentum to' carry them to an NCAA semifinal berth in Atlanta. INSTEAD, WITH STILL twelve minutes and eleven…

… they definitely have a chance to win it all." UNCC DISPLAYED what few of Michigan's opponents have shown this season - the ability to outscore the Wolverines in See CORNBREAD, Page 8 lackPanther,"-hits U…

January 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 90) • Page Image 8

… DUNBAR ing 121/2 ppg. Pa season high of 19 ville. due team that takes the floor THE BOILERM against the Wolverines tonight. ing scorer, forwa The Boilermakers are more dan (19.7 ppg), s experienced and…

Wolverines finish wit King and probably Mitch Mar sicano, each having suffere merely one setback this se son. Coach Johannesen sums Michigan's chances, "We ha to wrestle the best we've wr 1tied all season to…

…- sibly the Wolverine's best wres- tler in lightning fast sophomore Mark Churella (9-0), ranked number two in the nation. Chur- ella finished third in the NCAAs last year at 150 while Zuspannl accomplished…

September 20, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 13) • Page Image 9

… Goldstein, By BRIAN DEMING It was January 1, 1972: Michi- gan versus the underdog Stan- ford Indians in the Rose Bowl. In the game's waning seconds, with -the Wolverines leading 12- 10, quarterback Don Bunce…

… the Stanford Indians. Now there are Mike Boryla, Jack Christiansen, and the Stanford Cardinals to face the Wolverines this Satur- day afternoon in Michigan's 1973 home.opener. Jim Plunkett, Don Bunce…

February 20, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

… Michigan t'hrough after the ball had been was only one notch higher. Still, tipped to a Western Kentucky the Wolverines were heavy favor- player., ites. To describe the Hilltopper fans' C r C] a . j. I. k…

…'t come off. Play- gift line and hit the two gift toss- ing with the kind of intensity that es which sent the Wolverines into can result when a team has ab- the finals the following night solutely nothing…

June 20, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 30) • Page Image 12

… progeny By MARC FELDMAN Special TO The Daily PRINCETON - Wolverine Victor Amaya advanced in the singles of the 89th annual NCAA tennis championships, but two of his teammates, Freddie De Jesus and Eric…

… with roaring approval by the tennis buffs on hand. In the first set, Timmins broke De Jesus' service twice and jump- ed out to a commanding 5-2 lead. The Wolverine netter came back to win two straight…

November 20, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 63) • Page Image 7

… likely produce an explosion when these two teams hit the field. EXPECT a brusing physical battle. Expect Buck- eye fans to make it tough for the Wolverines to hear. Expect big plays. Expect . "We always…

… another from Dave DeBol and dumped key Wolverine offensive spot. Michigan's sixth goal in the! He smashed in a slap shot at net, as well as dumping Robin-y. 10:03 in the first period. The son and his…

… just have to find them." I paid the ten dollars and went to work on the puzzle. Here is what I found: 0 Rose Bowl: You ass see Trojans vs. Miss again Wolverines.! ! Orange Bowl: I state Cyclones vs. You…

… last year,; with first and . second place showings respectively. THAT'S THE GOOD part. The bad part is, that if this were to continue, the Wolverines would 'finish twenty second in? the NCAA…

April 20, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 160) • Page Image 10

… work out on would like to race or learn how, the racing velodrom in Detroit and the Wolverine Sports club might also take weekend camping trips. be your speed. The Wolverine club They climax their season…

… in Octo- is more race oriented than the ber by staging a road rally from other two. Wolverine sponsors a Ann Arbor to Lansing. weekly program that includes; There is no membership re- race training on…

April 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 154) • Page Image 11

… surface. The Wolverines won both matches convincingly, * but weak Minnesota managed to take two singles matches - at numbers one and five. At one, Joel Ross for Michigan was hav- ing trouble with his serve…

… has been conference title holder for nearly every year in the last decade and a half, and next year with the probable signing of several outstanding freshmen the Wolverines could challenge for the NCAA…

March 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… the one at UCLA. "UCLA is a great power in all athletic areas." But the problems are more immediately seen if one takes the time to watch a practice on any weekday between 1 and 3 p.m. The Wolverine

… sending the bestin- dividuals to national events." Almonte expects things tc change and believes Wolverine Coach Brian Eisner will play ar instrumental r o 1 e in these changes. The Michigan captair feels…

July 20, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 48) • Page Image 6

… Employ- ment for the Summer: Basement, Wolverine Bldg.. 202 E Washington, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. THIS IS AN EQUALIOPPORTUNITY PROGRAM 87H724 LOVING BABYSITTER NEEDED-For one and a half year twin-boys, in…

March 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 134) • Page Image 2

… DETROIT MICHIGAN 48226 CONLIN TRAVEL ;;. uth University-Plymoulth Mail- mr Wolverine Tower Tel EN CA9-6uEO EcMoomica travel for student bodies ... ike youisl AitINF ORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO…

May 20, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…- sity and was bested by Illinois in the only other Big Ten dual meet. Runners Phil Pyatt and God- frey Murray and shot putter Steve Adams have been the most impressive performers for t h e Wolverines and…

March 20, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

… final act, after the bril- liant season of Bo Schembech- ler's Wolverines, which finished in sadness under the bright Pasadena sun on New Yoar's Day - after those tears, it had seemed that joy would be re…

Wolverines leave town without remembering he plac e for something besides the vi- triolic Vitale. The Holy Cross game belong- ed to All-American Rickey Green, who scored a career- high 35 points. Detroit was…

March 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 137) • Page Image 7

…' shutting out Colorado State 8-0 ""behind the two-hit pitching of Wolverine ace Jim Burton. The Wolverines pulled out to an early lead.in the game, the first of eleven to be played during their ten day stay…

February 20, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

… Stat streak into this afternoon's bat- Taylor, from Detroit Mumfor tie with the undefeated Michi- is oday. gan Wolverines. tion today. After dropping their first six Lurking on the bench is Mur Big T e n…

… Henry Wil- Dan Fife in today's game. Th more's 31 points and 13 re- Wolverines are coming off a bi bounds. That game saw Gopher 81-74 win over Purdue at We guard Bob Murphy come off the Lafayette and are…

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